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September 26, 2017, 05:40:37 PM
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I advise to forget this idea. The data is simply impossible to get.
If I'm going to a small local garage to service my car, the local mechanic there will never bother filling up a form on a web page about the work he just did. And if I have a new Mercedes, going to the official dealer, they have strict confidentiality internal regulations preventing them to record what they've just done on a system not under the control of the manufacturer.

Actually, what you plan already exists with most manufacturers, though not on a blockchain.
If you go to an Audi, Citroen or Mercedes dealer, with a car less than 15 years old, the employee at the desk will see immediately all repairs and services done by official dealers.

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September 26, 2017, 05:47:33 PM
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Where I'm at you can check a car's safety test history through the government along with mileage.

Srrvice history is another matter and having something accessible would be great, especially for imports. Places like australia and the uk have tons of used japanese imports with no history.

Some cars are serviced but have no documents to prove it. But i don't know how you prove blockchain entries as being true.

They can't be changed of course but what stops them being lies to start with?

The problem still come in with the data capturers that can be corrupted. Garbage in Garbage out... right? You will have to

find a way to "double check" or "verify" the data that are being captured or the automated system that would be adding info

to the Blockchain. You will have to implement different checks in the whole process to keep it transparent.  Roll Eyes ...The

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October 03, 2017, 10:41:26 AM
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Where I'm at you can check a car's safety test history through the government along with mileage.

Srrvice history is another matter and having something accessible would be great, especially for imports. Places like australia and the uk have tons of used japanese imports with no history.

Some cars are serviced but have no documents to prove it. But i don't know how you prove blockchain entries as being true.

They can't be changed of course but what stops them being lies to start with?

The problem still come in with the data capturers that can be corrupted. Garbage in Garbage out... right? You will have to

find a way to "double check" or "verify" the data that are being captured or the automated system that would be adding info

to the Blockchain. You will have to implement different checks in the whole process to keep it transparent.  Roll Eyes ...The

Blockchain is the solution, but the implementation is very important. { total transparency from beginning to the end }
Main problem is how to stimulate people to fill the data and attract existing services with data amount.
Here we can use way as a GOLOS cryptocurrency. They bring GOLOS tokens to people that use their social services and pay users for their actions.
The same way can be used here - stimulate people to fill good quality data!
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November 02, 2017, 06:53:35 AM
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I see quite interesting discussion flamed here.
We are already working on blockchain car history registry from July 2017. It's called carVertical - https://www.carvertical.io

In general car history blockchain registry is just a solution for the problem. Registry of course will be public (it will be stored on a BigChainDB). But on top of blockchain car history registry we will build five different products: tree of them will be monetised in a short time.

Please check our explainer video: https://youtu.be/pHZ6w42HjJo
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November 02, 2017, 04:04:54 PM
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I see quite interesting discussion flamed here.
We are already working on blockchain car history registry from July 2017. It's called carVertical - https://www.carvertical.io

In general car history blockchain registry is just a solution for the problem. Registry of course will be public (it will be stored on a BigChainDB). But on top of blockchain car history registry we will build five different products: tree of them will be monetised in a short time.

Please check our explainer video: https://youtu.be/pHZ6w42HjJo

Ok this one looks promising.
From your WP summary I can see that you will be using BigchainDB. This is amazing because they are speaking about same topic and offering their technology to be utilised be registries. E.g. here BigchainDBS co-founder is speaking about car history registries - https://blog.bigchaindb.com/how-automakers-can-use-blockchain-adab79a6505f.

I have one question for you - who can enter data into the nodes? Are common people and common car owners will be able to do this by themselves?
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November 02, 2017, 07:57:46 PM
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PewPew - It's amazing that you posted that article. We are in contact with a Bruce Pon from bigchainDB and working really hard that he would come to our advisor team.

Answering your question about permissions to entry data to the nodes: single person's and car owners won't have permission to write car data into the nodes. Just because person is not a trusted source.

Only insurance, claim handling, leasing companies, national registries, other trusted databases and API's, certified workshops and dealers, etc. will be able to write information into the nodes.
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December 06, 2017, 08:56:38 PM
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PewPew - It's amazing that you posted that article. We are in contact with a Bruce Pon from bigchainDB and working really hard that he would come to our advisor team.

Answering your question about permissions to entry data to the nodes: single person's and car owners won't have permission to write car data into the nodes. Just because person is not a trusted source.

Only insurance, claim handling, leasing companies, national registries, other trusted databases and API's, certified workshops and dealers, etc. will be able to write information into the nodes.

Thank you, its very interesting. Keep me updated with Bruce Pon. Can you tell me about how do you want to build relationships with advisors? What is cooperation conditions and etc?
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December 07, 2017, 04:19:09 PM
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It's a nice idea, by the way. It may help a lot car buyers and car sellers as well. I will you support project if you start it.

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January 19, 2018, 09:06:18 PM
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It's a nice idea, by the way. It may help a lot car buyers and car sellers as well. I will you support project if you start it.
Thank you in advance Smiley

BTW, we got new interesting research from other huge companies, already start to work in this area. 
For example Bosh:

RU post https://bel.biz/trends/shtefan-hartung/
EN post https://www.ethnews.com/bosch-using-blockchain-technology-to-stop-illegal-mileage-manipulation

So, a lot of companies start to dig deeper in this area, and car history verification is still very exciting...
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January 20, 2018, 07:28:21 AM
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Blockchain about cars is a great project once finnished. Drivers can just look to it and verify. But the thing is, how can you prove some cars eligibility if its either true or false? Some sellers can make a fraud entry just to sell their car. So i think you need to have some checkers or miners to verify an account and manage blockchains.
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January 20, 2018, 09:56:31 AM
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Used cars tracking is important before repurchase because you need to know the history of
the car you are purchasing.These include year of manufacture,maintenance history,was it legally
moved from country of original purchase with evident documents to proof its customs legitimacy.

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